David W. Barber's Bach, Beethoven and the Boys - Tenth Anniversary Edition!: PDF
By David W. Barber
Bach, Beethoven and the lads chronicles the lives of the good (and not-so-great) composers as you have by no means learn them prior to - exploring their intercourse lives, exposing their foibles and increasing our wisdom of those impressive but additionally human creatures.
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Fortunately for Henry, Byrd had been dead for several years when Purcell was born, so the two of them didn't have a showdown. ) It's a pity that we don't know when his birthday is, but the registrar of births can hardly be blamed. After all, how was he to know that this little boy was going to grow up to become one of England's greatest composers? He looked just like all the other little brats, crying and slobbering there in his diaper. 2 Henry was the son of Thomas Purcell, and had an uncle named Henry, both of whom were also musicians.
A big break for Monteverdi came in 1610, when he got the plum job of maestro di cappella at St. Mark's, the biggest and richest church in Venice. He was paid 300 ducats a year, which was more money than he'd ever seen in his life, and 100 ducats more than the previous maestro had got. The job kept him busy. 5 Venetians knew how to party, and everyone went there for a good time. Sort of like Las Vegas. Monteverdi loved his new job, which offered him creative status and a steady income. 6 It's just as well he didn't return to Mantua.
M. in the summer), and the duke had a habit of asking the servants at random about the subject of the chaplain's sermons. He wanted to make sure they'd been awake. The duke liked music and the organ at Weimer was a good one, but the first thing Bach did was to install a set of chimes. 23 All the years of practice, not to mention the walking tours, had made Bach into a terrific organist. Once when playing a concert at the royal court of Cassel, he played an elaborate pedal solo so well that the crown prince took a ring off his finger and presented it to Bach.
Bach, Beethoven and the Boys - Tenth Anniversary Edition!: Music History As It Ought To Be Taught by David W. Barber